LAUSD Superintendent, women in war, SoCal drought and pools, cereal cake, Royals ban, world's funniest person, Tuesday Reviewsday and more

On Tuesday Take Two will address temporary LA Unified Superintendent Ramon Cortines, a documentary about boundary-breaking women in war, how Southern California pools will fare during the drought, a recipe for a six-layer cereal cake, a contest for world's funniest person and more.

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